NEWS IN BRIEF

NEW YORK: The Advertising Council, a non-profit body that produces PSAs, has named Susan Murphy-Jacobsen VP of corporate communications. She was most recently director of PR at R&B Communications Services, and has served stints at Fleishman-Hillard and Edelman.

NEW YORK: The Advertising Council, a non-profit body that produces PSAs, has named Susan Murphy-Jacobsen VP of corporate communications. She was most recently director of PR at R&B Communications Services, and has served stints at Fleishman-Hillard and Edelman.

NEW YORK: The Advertising Council, a non-profit body that produces

PSAs, has named Susan Murphy-Jacobsen VP of corporate communications.

She was most recently director of PR at R&B Communications Services, and

has served stints at Fleishman-Hillard and Edelman.





BOSTON: E-Media has signed a two-year contract with Morrissey & Company

worth a minimum of dollars 500,000 per year. Morrissey has grown from

dollars 750,000 in fee billings to more than dollars 1.8 million over

the past six months.





SETAUKET, NY: ESafetyWorld, which touts itself as a one-stop shop for

industrial safety and hazard-related equipment, has engaged Continental

Capital & Equity to increase market awareness of the company’s growth

initiatives and implementation of its business plan. The account is

valued at dollars 150,000 annually.





NEW YORK: Travel and tourism specialist Nancy J. Friedman Public

Relations has been tapped by three new clients: the soon-to-open

Brasserie Gaby in New York’s Hotel Sofitel, the Great Eagle Hotel in

Hong Kong and New York’s The Muse hotel, opening in June. The firm has

also hired VP Meryl Pearlstein away from KWE Associates, where she was

group director.





NEW YORK: RTS Wireless, a provider of wireless Internet software

systems, has chosen Alexander Ogilvy as its agency of record. Account

supervisor Catherine Hatch and senior account manager Laura Schooler

will lead the account team.





HOUSTON: Vollmer has promoted VP of corporate and financial relations

Alice Brink to the post of SVP. She joined the agency in 1997 after more

than 20 years in the profession, including stints with Coca-Cola and

Tenneco.



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